While living in Nairobi, Kenya Matt Oppenheimer saw firsthand how painful it was for people to send money to their loved ones internationally. He believes remittances are more than a money transfer. It's an opportunity to take care of those you love from afar. For many on the receiving end, remittances are a...
Our computer software engineering team in Manila is growing fast and we have several openings. You can work anywhere. But at Remitly, your work has an impact on people around the globe.
In recent years, the number of Colombian immigrants that work and live in the United States to send money to their loved ones back home has grown exponentially. In 2017 alone, Colombians in the United States sent more than 5 billion dollars back to Colombia. Yes, that's billions with a...
At Remitly, our top priority is to help immigrant communities overcome these barriers.
Volcanic activity from the Mayon Volcano in the central Albay region of The Philippines has forced about 30,000 people to evacuate the area, with the threat of a large eruption still looming over the country. In solidarity with our customers, Remitly will donate ₱100,000 to the Philippine Red Cross.
Remitly is hosting an event with Karim Meghji. He will discuss the latest trends and future of international payments industry and more.
Remitly makes moves to expand its international footprint as it brings on new global business development lead and opens office in Nicaragua.
Policymakers in the U.S. have proposed a tax on money sent across the border. Sending money to loved ones is caring for them from afar.
Remitly spoke to Congress about the importance of remittances remaining accessible, affordable and secure through licensed money transmitters.